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Have sore throat, bump in upper mouth, swelling. What could have caused this? What to do?

Okay. I woke up one morning and started eating a bunch of Jolly Ranchers and drinking tons of water. As the day went on my throat started getting sore. I also started noticing swelling on the left side of the roof of my mouth. As time went on my throat got better, but the roof of my mouth now has a huge bump which gets extremely sore when I eat. Can anybody tell me what could have caused this and what to do?
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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Its may be due to food allergy.Type 1 hypersensitivity reaction to certain constituents of food which may exist in certain individuals.Take avil 50mg tablet during bed time cos it make you feel drowsy.You will be fine.And warm compresses to the lips along with seratiopeptidse combination pain killers.You need to find out which foods or drugs you are allergic to and note down and dont consume such foods or drugs.
Answered: Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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